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28th SuSanA Meeting in Stockholm

The 28th SuSanA meeting took place on Saturday, August, 24th - just before Stockholm World Water Week 2019. Outcomes are available now.

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The SuSanA network has 11,000 members and over 350 partner organisations

Join the network and connect with like-minded people.


28th SuSanA Meeting in Stockholm

The 28th SuSanA meeting took place on Saturday, August, 24th - just before Stockholm World Water Week 2019. Outcomes are available now.


SuSanA is a think tank for sanitation

Help develop ideas to accelerate progress toward SDG6.


SuSanA has 13 working groups on all aspects of sustainable sanitation

Choose one or more working groups to join.


SuSanA is dedicated to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

Do you want to know more about sustainable sanitation and the SDGs?


Regional Chapters India, Latin America and West Asia and North Africa (WANA)

The aim of SuSanA's regional chapters is to better connect SuSanA to the regions with their local needs and to make SuSanA's knowledge products and services more accessible “on the ground”.


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Recently added projects

2019 - 2019
The Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association
SFD Training

2019 - 2019
The Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association (BORDA)
Phase 2: Northern Iraq and Lebanon

2018 - 2019
Bremen Overseas Research and Development Organization (BORDA)
Phase 1: Lebanon and Jordan

2019 - 2020
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
Foundations for Source to Sea Management

 

New partners

Training, Research and Networking for Development (TREND)
Ghana 

Training, Research and Networking for Development (TREND) Group is a resource group that has been highly relevant, and operate as a key Resource Centre in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector of Ghana. TREND is dedicated to becoming an empowered and self-renewing WASH centre that has the capacity of meeting the national challenge of ensuring sustainable water and sanitation services delivery to all. TREND Group is committed to capacity building for the delivery and sustainable management of water, environment, sanitation and hygiene services in Ghana, particularly to the majority of people who live in rural areas and low-income urban areas. TREND's activities have not only focused on Ghana but the Anglophone West African sub-region as well.


Posh Potties Ltd
Nigeria 

Sanitation company committed to ending open defecation, promoting toilet hygiene through hand washing and hand sanitizing.

Bridgers Association Cameroon
Cameroon 

Bridgers Association Cameroon was founded in 2013 and registered in 2016 as a not for profit organization with mission to empower women/girls through advocacy. This is attainable through Bridgers programs such as WASH, Agriculture & Environmental Education, Human Rights & Citizenship, Women & Leadership. With a flexible and passionate team enthusiastic to achieve household and community water sanitation and hygiene projects at grassroots levels in Cameroon. Bridgers Association Cameroon is eager and looking forward to network with other partners and development agencies as well as organizations in other to bring positive impacts in the lives of less privilege people and communities. Bridgers team is passionate to end open defecation and provide communities with clean water through the rehabilitation of water catchments and water systems, raising awareness and engaging communities in public discussions.

 

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